Samsung Australia has just released a new netbook for the Australian market. The new model not only features the latest technology, but a robust rubberised casing for extra versatility.
The new N310 mini notebook form Samsung has been designed by award winning international designer, Naoto Fukasawa, and the company boasts that it will definitely help you stand out from the crowd.
“The introduction of the Samsung N310 takes the mini notebook to a whole new dimension. As well as incorporating the very latest technology within a lightweight, but robust casing, Naoto Fukasawa has created a mini notebook that provides a minimalist design edge,” said Emmanuele Silanesu, national product and marketing manager.
“The Samsung N310 is a very welcome addition to our notebook range in Australia and a unique looking product we think consumers will love.”
Some of the distinctive design features of the new N310 include a frameless screen, pebble design keyboard, light weight 1.23 kg form factor and rubberised body to withstand bumps and knocks.
But the beauty of this machine is not only skin deep with a whole host of technological features to keep up with the constantly evolving netbook marketplace.
Some of the specifications of the N310 include a 93 per cent keyboard, 10.1” LED display, five hour battery life, Intel ATOM Processor N270 , Microsoft Windows XP Home, 1GB memory, Intel GMA 950 graphics processor, Bluetooth 2.0 and wireless 802.11b/g/n.
It also features a 1.3 megapixel digital motion camera, 3-in-1 memory card reader and three USB ports.
The Samsung N310 is available now at The Good Guys for an RRP $799.